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Romanian Top 100

The Romanian Top 100 was the national airplay-based singles chart of Romania. It was published weekly and it started running in 1996. It ceased publication on February 19, 2012. It was recognized as an official chart by the European division of Billboard, Music & Media.

The artist with the most number ones is Shakira with eight songs that reached number one. The positions before 2002 are still unknown except some songs, as the official site only has charts starting from 2002. From 2002 to 2012 there were 120 number-one singles, the longest being "I Follow Rivers" by Lykke Li, for fourteen weeks.

Starting with October 2009, the chart was premierly presented on Kiss FM, each Sunday morning with a delay of a week. The radio show was presented by VJane Andreea Berghea. The compiler of the chart was Nielsen from 1999 to 2010, but from 2010, the chart was compiled by Media Forest Romania, a franchise of an Israeli monitoring agency.[1]

Records

Artists with most number ones

Position Artist Number of hits Songs
1 Shakira 8 "Ciega, Sordomuda", "Inevitable", "Objection (Tango)", "La Tortura", "Hips Don't Lie", "Illegal", "Gypsy", "Loca"
2 Kylie Minogue 6 "Can't Get You Out of My Head", "In Your Eyes", "Slow", "Red Blooded Woman", "I Believe in You", "In My Arms"
2 Madonna 6 "Music", "Die Another Day", "Hung Up", "Sorry", "4 Minutes, "Give It 2 Me"
3 3rei Sud Est 5 "Amintirile", "Te voi pierde", "Clipe", "Iubire", "Vorbe care dor"
3 Eminem 5 "Stan", "Without Me", "Lose Yourself", "Smack That", "Love the Way You Lie"
3 Enrique Iglesias 5 "Hero", "Maybe", "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)", "Tired of Being Sorry", "Takin' Back My Love"
3 Rihanna 5 "Umbrella", "Disturbia", "Rude Boy","Love The Way You Lie", "Only Girl (In the World)"
4 The Black Eyed Peas 4 "Where is the Love?", "Shut Up", "I Gotta Feeling", "Meet Me Halfway"
4 Morandi 4 "Beijo", "Falling Asleep", "A la lujeba", "Angels"
5 Lady Gaga 3 "Poker Face", "Bad Romance", "Alejandro"
5 Smiley 3 "Plec pe Marte ", "Love is for free", "Dream girl"
5 Animal X 3 "Pentru ea", "Fără ea", "Să pot ierta"
5 Nelly Furtado 3 "Turn Off the Light", "Say it Right", "Morning After Dark"
5 Pussycat Dolls 3 "Don't Cha", "Wait a Minute", "I Hate This Part"
5 Voltaj 3 "Tu", "Şi ce", "Povestea oricui"
5 Dj Project 3 "Privirea ta", "Încă o noapte", "Mi-e dor de noi"
5 Pitbull 3 "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)", "On the Floor", "Rain Over Me"

NOTE: The positions for the earlier charts (1996 to 1999) and half of the year 2000 are not known, which makes it possible that some artists, like Enrique Iglesias, Shakira, Kylie Minogue or Madonna could have a bigger number of number ones.

Artists with most weeks at number one

  1. Shakira — 36 weeks
  2. Voltaj — 21 weeks
  3. The Black Eyed Peas — 20 weeks
  4. Madonna — 19 weeks (tie)
  5. Morandi — 19 weeks (tie)
  6. Activ — 17 weeks
  7. Kylie Minogue — 15 weeks
  8. Akcent — 14 weeks (tie)
  9. Lykke Li - 14 weeks (tie)
  10. Nelly Furtado — 14 weeks (tie)
  11. Pitbull - 14 weeks (tie)
  12. Lady Gaga — 13 weeks (tie)
  13. Rihanna — 13 weeks (tie)
  14. Smiley - 12 weeks
  15. Eminem - 11 weeks
  16. Las Ketchup — 11 weeks
  17. Enrique Iglesias — 10 weeks

Artists with most top tens

Position Artist Number of hits Songs
1 Shakira 15 "Ciega Sordomuda", "Ojos Así", "Inevitable", "Whenever, Wherever", "Underneath Your Clothes", "Objection (Tango)", "La Tortura", "Don't Bother", "Hips Don't Lie", "Illegal", "Las de la Intuición", "Beautiful Liar", "Did it Again", "Gypsy", "Loca",
2 Rihanna 12 "Unfaithful", "Umbrella" (feat. Jay-z), "Don't Stop the Music", "Disturbia", "Live Your Life","Russian Roulette", "Rude Boy", "Love the Way You Lie" (feat. Eminem) "Only Girl (In the World)", "S&M","Man Down", "We Found Love"(feat. Calvin Harris)
3 Enrique Iglesias 12 "Hero", "Escape", "Love to See You Cry", "Maybe", "To Love a Woman", "Mentiroso", "Not In Love", "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)", "Tired of Being Sorry", "Push", "Takin' Back My Love", "Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)"
4 Akcent 11 "Ti-am promis", "Prima iubire", "In culori", "Buchet de trandafiri", "Suflet pereche", "Dragoste de inchiriat", "Jokero", "French Kiss", "Stay With Me", "That's My Name", "My Passion"
4 Eminem 11 "The Real Slim Shady", "Stan", "Without Me", "Cleanin' Out My Closet", "Lose Yourself", "My Band" (with D12), "Just Lose It", "Smack That" (with Akon), "Crack a Bottle" (with Dr.Dre,50 Cent), "We Made You", "Love the Way You Lie" (feat. Rihanna)
4 Madonna 11 "American Pie", "Don't Tell Me", "Music", "What It Feels Like for a Girl", "Die Another Day", "American Life", "Hollywood", "Hung Up", "Sorry", "4 Minutes, "Give It 2 Me"
5 DJ Project 10 "Printre vise", "Privirea ta", "Soapte", "Inca o noapte", "Esti tot ce am", "Doua anotimpuri", "Lacrimi de inger", "Nu", "Regrete", "Mi-e dor de noi"
5 Kylie Minogue 10 "On A Night Like This", "Can't Get You Out of My Head", "Love at First Sight", "In Your Eyes", "Slow", "Red Blooded Woman", "Chocolate", "I Believe in You", "In My Arms", "The One"

NOTE: The positions for the earlier charts (1996 to 1999) and half of the year 2000 are not known, which makes it possible that some artists, like Enrique Iglesias, Kylie Minogue or Madonna could have a bigger number of top 10s. Also, the information regarding the peak position for songs recorded by many Romanian artists are missing.

Most weeks on the chart

  1. Timbaland feat. SoShy & Nelly Furtado — "Morning After Dark" (80 weeks)
  2. Guess Who — "Locul potrivit" (65 weeks)
  3. Disco Romancing" (64 weeks)
  4. Xonia feat. Deepcentral - "My Beautiful One" (64 weeks)
  5. Alexandra Stan — "Mr. Saxobeat" (62 weeks)
  6. David Guetta feat. Kid Cudi - "Memories" (60 weeks)
  7. The Black Eyed Peas — "I Gotta Feeling" (57 weeks)
  8. Wildboyz feat. Ameerah — "The Sound of Missing You" (55 weeks)
  9. Crazy Loop — "Chica Bomb" (55 weeks)
  10. Martin Solveig feat. Dragonette — "Hello" (54 weeks)
  11. P!nk — "Please Don't Leave Me" (52 weeks)
  12. AlexUnder Base feat. Lys — "Drums" (52 weeks)
  13. Gloria Estefan — "Hoy" (50 weeks)

Most number ones in one year

2001

2002

2003

2004

2006

2007

2008

2010

2011

Singles with most weeks at number one

Position Title Artist Weeks At #1 Year
1 "I Follow Rivers" Lykke Li 14 2011-2012
2 "Say It Right" Nelly Furtado 12 2007
3 "Shut Up" The Black Eyed Peas 10 2003
3 "Cry Cry" Oceana 10 2009
3 "Bad Romance" Lady Gaga 10 2010
4 "The Ketchup Song" Las Ketchup 9 2002
4 "Doar cu tine" Activ 9 2004
4 "Beijo" Morandi 9 2005
4 "Hung Up" Madonna 9 2005
4 "Mm-Ma-Ma" Crazy Loop 9 2007/2008
5 "Şi Ce" Voltaj 8 2004
5 "Visez" Activ 8 2005
5 "Hot n Cold" Katy Perry 8 2009
5 "I Gotta Feeling" The Black Eyed Peas 8 2009/2010
5 "Mr. Saxobeat" Alexandra Stan 8 2010/2011
5 "On the Floor" Jennifer Lopez feat. Pitbull 8 2011

Other milestones

The artist with the most consecutive number-ones is Smiley with five. He is also the artist with the most number-ones from the same album (3) and the artist with the most consecutive cumulative weeks in the top ten (55).

The song with the fastest ascension to number-one was "On the Floor" by Jennifer Lopez feat. Pitbull, which peaked at number-one on its sixth week, while the lengthiest ascensions to number-one was "Poker Face" by Lady Gaga and "Loca" by Shakira, which reached the top spot on their 22nd week.

See also

Weekly charts

Year-end charts

Top 10 hits

Other charts

References

  1. ^ Romanian Airplay & TV Charts @ Media Forest Romania

External links

  • (Romanian) Top 10 archive (starting from 2001)
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